Most programmers form very strong opinions on their choice of tools which is why the IDE discussion can easily turn into a minefield. Let’s steer away from trouble and focus on the options instead. This issue is *all* about IDEs!
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Time to check in on IntelliJ IDEA 2018! The IntelliJ IDEA 2018.1.5 is now available! This update is something of a bug fix and targets a number of unpleasant regressions. We take a look at what else this update has in store for developers.
Is Swift the future for server applications or is it just a passing trend? In this session, Ian Partridge gives an introduction to server-side Swift applications for Java developers.
We’re still excited about the recent Angular v6 release but the show must go on. The current release focuses on the toolchain and on making it easier to move quickly with Angular in the future so we’re excited to see what Angular v7’s “theme” will be. But until then, let’s focus on what we do know – the beta season for 6.1.0 has begun.
As we pursue DevOps, we must first endeavor to understand the end-state. JAXenter editor Gabriela Motroc caught up with Greg Bledsoe at DevOpsCon 2018 to talk about the data-based DevOps maturity model, the DevSecOps trend, the importance of metrics and more.
Every Monday we take a step back and take a look at all the cool stuff that went down during the previous week. Last week was a particularly crazy one! GitHub was acquired by Microsoft, the Angular 6.1.0 beta season begun, and so much more!
Snag up this offer before it’s gone! JAX London 2018 is going to be a blast, and you can save big on your tickets to the hottest Java conference. The super early bird special ends today, so come see what the buzz is all about.
Can you accurately explain the performance of a Java program? Watch Maurice Naftalin’s session at JAX London 2017 in which he explores the optimization of the memory layout and performance.
“The road to Continuous Delivery is paved with frustrations of trying to get people to understand it”
Is Continuous Delivery *just* a technical transition? How should companies change in order to successfully implement Continuous Delivery? JAXenter editor Gabriela Motroc caught up with Daniel Jones, CTO and co-founder of EngineerBetter to talk about why Continuous Delivery is better for your brain and what’s the role of technical debt in all this.
The JAX Developers Puzzle is back! Play for a chance to win a complimentary JAX London 2018 ticket! Jane, Alison, David and Ben are developers in the Future.bank team. They were asked to write a new risk management algorithm for foreign exchange trading. They each used a different programming language and all finished before lunch break, but at different times! Match the dev with his finish time and used language.
Things are heating up; the sun is shining and it’s almost time for a beach weekend. But before we go, let’s take a look at the top Java stories of May, from the all new Angular v6, Java 10, microservices and more.
How can a young company keep up with everything that goes on in the DevOps world? Andrea Giardini talks about his experiences and the challenges his team had to overcome to build a highly-automated infrastructure.
Philipp Garbe, Docker Captain and Lead Platform Engineer at Scout24, gives us an overview of ECS and all the other services you will need in order to run your containers in production.
As DevOpsCon 2018 winds to a close, we take a look at some of the important things that we’ve learned during the sessions, keynotes, and workshops. We learned how to become more mature in our DevOps, how to do metrics the safe way, and to always question everything. Let’s take a look at our notes!